Immigration Of The United States

828 WordsJul 15, 20164 Pages
Immigration without Assimilation An immigration policy in the United States assessed to be one of the boiling issues of political debates for more than two decades which drives to its foreign policy through consideration on national and societal security in its soil, particularly in a global arena. Some might express that auspicious immigration policy can be a threat to national security of the United States, in contrast, others may argue that it does not pose such a threat to its soil. Since end of 1800s the United States is considered to be one of the preeminent immigrant subsidiary nations till end of 20th centuries. As a result of auspicious policies on immigrants, on the contrary, lack of appropriate mechanisms in order to control over the flow of immigrants into its soil, “more than eleven million undocumented immigrants out of forty-one million have been well nested in its soil”, according to the credible source. Thus, a former policy on immigration must have been brought both positive and negative consequences to the United States, particularly for its social, economic, political, and security environments. Nonetheless, there is not clear and specific information on how many of immigrants are considered to be immigrants with assimilation or without assimilation. What are their pros and cons for the sovereignty of United States? Therefore, which option or combination of options best address national and societal security in the United States? Nowadays, immigration

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